What else makes you sweat other than heat?
Exercise, sickness, stress, and biological disorders can all cause you to sweat.
The humidity traps the heat (the Greenhouse Effect), the heat makes your body hot, and you sweat to cool yourself down.
Yes. You perspire to lose heat- from the evaporation of the sweat. In high humidity, sweat evaporates poorly, so you sweat more (because you are cooled less).
Heat can keep us warm and also it makes us sweat which is good for us.
heat asthma(not sure) humidity excess sweat glands spicy food-curry makes you sweat nervous- you get really nervous and start to sweat crazy- tension
The water from you body makes sweat, and the sweat cools down your body so your body won't over heat.
It gives us light makes us sweat and gives heat
sweat take heat to the skin where it is evaporated and takes the heat with it.
Sweat releases heat through evaporation.
It expands capilliaries to get more blood closer to the skin's surface - which is why you go red when hot. It also makes sweat to generate heat loss by evaporation.
i got the answer "In the rainy season it is hot and humid The heat makes you sweat and the humidity stops it from evaporating." when i attempted to find answer for my child's home work, but in my opinion it doesn't sweat much during rainy season, indeed we hardly sweat , right?come on discuss.-fazil,nagercoil
sweat comes from heat and moisture
The sweat glands produce sweat, as the name implies. Sweat cools the body down during physical exercise, preventing heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
The hot water on your skin opens your pores, and makes you sweat. The sweat evaporates, taking body heat away - making you feel cold. When your body is cold - you shiver.
It's called panting. Dogs can't sweat, so they have to breathe like that to get heat out of their body or else they will get too hot and die.
Yes they are because when you have to pee the pee is when you produce heat. Also sweat is when you produce heat to.
People sweat because of the heat in their body. Just like icicles melt because of the heat.
If we didn't sweat we would die of heat strokes. Sweating cools down our body and gets rid of all the extra heat. Animals such as dogs don't sweat as much as we do, they have other ways of cooling off.
No, when you sweat the sweat evaporates and takes the heat away
as cotton absorbs sweat, sweat is mainly made up of water and some salts this water takes the heat energy from our body and undergoes latent heat of vapourisation (changing of state of matter) .Due to latent heat of vapourisation water changes its form to water vapour and goes in the surrounding's. this makes the body cool and comfortable.
when we sweat , water use the body heat for vaporisation as water to vapour formation is a endothermic reaction. so the heat required for this reaction in case of sweat evaporation is body heat. as our body lose heat, our body becomes cool.
Yes, the skin eliminates heat, water, and sweat, among other things.
In order to regulate internal body temperature, the sweat mechanism allows an animal to quickly dissapate heat. Animals like a horse, cow or human will sweat with exercise or in hot temperatures. Reptiles & insects don't sweat as their body temperature is governed by the environmental temperature. Pigs on the other hand, are mammals and need to have water/humidity applied to the skin in order to help dissapate heat. This is the reason pigs are… Read More
The main reason for sweating is thought to be cooling by releasing heat to the cooler air outside the body. Humans can sweat all over their bodies but dogs cannot. Dogs only "sweat" in the normal cooling way by releasing heat through their saliva by panting. The pads of their feet will also release a certain amount of "sweat" but it more of a natural response to stress to release scents that other dogs can… Read More
When the air is hot and dry, your sweat evaporates easily and cools the body. When it is hot and humid, the air is already nearly saturated with water so your sweat does not quickly evaporate and this makes you feel hotter.
Dicyclomine makes some people sweat less, which allows the body to overheat and may lead to heat prostration (fever and heat stroke ). Anyone taking this drug should try to avoid extreme heat.
Sweating and evaporating are similar because evaporating is the change of liquid water to water vapour, which requires heat, and sweating is where the skin produces liquid sweat, which is a mixture of water and other substances, which absorbs heat from your skin as it is transformed into a vapour. As you see, when you sweat your sweat is actually evaporated into the air, while absorbing your body and cooling you off!!
The sweat absorbs the heat from your skin in order to evaporate.
Sweat.....It is composed of mostly water and other minerals that enter the body.
You feel cool after you sweat because your body releases heat through evaporation, that's why you sweat.
Dissipatation of excess body heat results from capillaries being expaned in order to get more blood closer to the skin's surface. The body also makes sweat, which cools the body when it evaporates.
Also known as sweat retention syndrome or miliaria rubra, prickly heat is a common disorder of the sweat glands.
you run then u sweat, the sweat is hot this is how
Yes you can be allergic to heat. It's called heat hives. It's when the sweat duct is blocked and it gets trapped under your skin. So instead of sweat people get hives.
a person would sweat first because of the heat.
The red sweat is a natural antibiotic sunscreen to protect them from the heat and sun.
sweat can get rid of body heat, unwanted oils, and dirt on the skin. :)
Germanium is a metal that does conduct heat, but does not conduct heat as well as other metals. This makes it a semiconductor.
In a way heat can be seen by the sweat from the body being heated
When sweat moves out onto the skin, heat transfers from the body to the sweat on your skin which eventually evaporates, removing the heat and cooling the skin. This system eliminates heat produced by muscle contractions.
One of our body's mechanisms to cool us down is to sweat. In a low humidity environment the sweat can evaporate, absorbing extra heat from our body to help cool it. In high humidity, it is much more difficult - or impossible - for the sweat to evaporate and thus we can't get the benefit of the evaporative cooling.
It does it with pure physics. Sweat is mostly water. When you heat water it evaporates. In the process of evaporation energy is used to convert liquid into gas. When our body overheats it starts to sweat. The excess heat energy from our body is used to evaporate the sweat, thus using up that energy (heat) and cooling our body down.
Different animals have different ways of losing or gaining heat. Cold-blooded animals like snakes, for example, gain heat by lying in the sun. Dogs lose heat by panting, and other animals sweat to cool down.
The body tries to maintain the core temperature by losing some heat in the form of sweat.
Because they don't sweat and they pant & when thay pant thay sweat
whe you get sweat . on working or physical exercise the sweat evaporates from surface of your body by absorbing the heat from your body. the particles of liquid absorb energy required for evaporation from your body and escape to the surroundings. this makes you to feel cool.
These four types of heat rash can cause complications because they prevent sweat from cooling the body, as normally occurs when the sweat evaporates from the skin surface.
Increase in temperature makes us sweat. Normally when sweat evaporates it takes heat from body to evaporate and thus cools our body. But when humidity is high the sweat is not able to evaporate thus our body is not able to cool. In cold weather we will not experience this as body does not sweat.Thus increased temperature affects the amt of humidity we feel.
By sweating, your body removes some of the heat that is trapped in your body. When you sweat, water is released through the pores on your skin. The water/sweat that is on your skin contains some of the excess heat from inside your body. Eventually the sweat will evaporate or be wiped away, taking the excess heat with it.
That is called condensation. When you start the engine the exhaust system/pipes are cold. When the heat from the engine exhaust passes through the exhaust it makes it sweat. That is normal.
our sweat glanda are an example of our exocrine system as they secreat sweat which lysogenic enzyme and kill many pathogens on our skin and also helps in resisting heat the other example is mammalary glands in females